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Ouch by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 21-Oct-2007
I've started working out the last few days. Since giving up smoking, drinking, socialising, sex and happiness, I'm finding the endorphins are super!   
  • Re: Ouch by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 21-Oct-2007
    Its great watching blokes glistening with sweat and grunting as well.

  • Re: Ouch by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 21-Oct-2007
    Yes, workout can become very addictive, feeling good and striving for your next target.

  • Re: Ouch by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 21-Oct-2007
    You watch the sweaty blokes, I'll dream of an endorphin packed lithe brunette walking from a vanilla shower.

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Vrrrrrrroooooooooooommmmmm!!!!!! by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 21-Oct-2007
Last night I went out in Edinburgh with my friend and he gave me a ride back on his PINK TRIUMPH!!!!! It was so exciting!!!!!!!   
  • Re: Vrrrrrrroooooooooooommmmmm!!!!!! by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 21-Oct-2007
    Triumph Bonneville, that was a classic. But pink!

  • Re: Vrrrrrrroooooooooooommmmmm!!!!!! by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 21-Oct-2007
    Ask your friend to take you to The Whitchery (restaurant) right by the castle gates. The best I have ever been to. V-expensive so just call for coffee and cake first. Then seduce a well to do type to take you to dinner (or just stand by the door and look appealing).

  • Re: Vrrrrrrroooooooooooommmmmm!!!!!! by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 27-Oct-2007
    Sorry DM its actually called "Nuclear Red" - but everyone knows its really pink.

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Twatts Tea Room by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 20-Oct-2007
Amusing little story. However I don't understand the end, perhaps one of the resident 'litarians' could explain? http://tinyurl.com/ecga4   
  • Re: Twatts Tea Room by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 21-Oct-2007
    I had a look but it was far too boring to get beyond about the first fifth. Doesn't sound like we should all plan a daytrip to Twatts Tearooms any time soon anyway.

  • Re: Twatts Tea Room by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 21-Oct-2007
    Just booked your graduation party there, Sunday menu of course.

  • Re: Twatts Tea Room by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 21-Oct-2007
    But I know You would prefer The Whitchery, take a peek JJ. Let me know what you think?

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What is happeng to me? by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 20-Oct-2007
That's two apologies I've made this evening.   
  • Re: What is happeng to me? by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 21-Oct-2007
    Perhaps its the influence of Twatt it your life - perhaps it has a knack of making you feel penitent without being quite sure what you've done.

  • Re: What is happeng to me? by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 21-Oct-2007
    *in* your life

  • Re: What is happeng to me? by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 21-Oct-2007
    This sack cloth is very itchy.

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At last someone appreciates my Garbo-as-Mata Hari eye makeup... by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 19-Oct-2007
I'm doing the Edinburgh gay village tonight with some (gay) friends. This is the kind of life I always should have had, CAN'T WAIT!!!!!!   
  • Re: At last someone appreciates my Garbo-as-Mata Hari eye makeup... by veepee (Member 10069595) on 19-Oct-2007
    Will yea be doin tha wee gay gordon's afterward?

  • Swami Veepivendra, Buckfast / Beer Psychic by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 19-Oct-2007
    If I end up with a broken ankle and no memory of how it happened, it is likely that will be why Veeps. Thanks for forewarning me.

  • Re: At last someone appreciates my Garbo-as-Mata Hari eye makeup... by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 19-Oct-2007
    Stayed at The Caledonian Hilton, Princes Street for last years tattoo, dreadful place. Not fit for a dog. Tattoo was fantastic.

  • Re: At last someone appreciates my Garbo-as-Mata Hari eye makeup... by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 19-Oct-2007
    What was up with it?

  • Re: At last someone appreciates my Garbo-as-Mata Hari eye makeup... by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 19-Oct-2007
    Hi JJ, small room, grubby and too expensive.

  • Re: At last someone appreciates my Garbo-as-Mata Hari eye makeup... by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 19-Oct-2007
    Shocking.

  • Re: At last someone appreciates my Garbo-as-Mata Hari eye makeup... by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 19-Oct-2007
    Night out cancelled now ;-(. Just reading about plebiscitary democracy and writing reams of nonsense.

  • Re: At last someone appreciates my Garbo-as-Mata Hari eye makeup... by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 19-Oct-2007
    What are you studying?

  • Re: At last someone appreciates my Garbo-as-Mata Hari eye makeup... by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 20-Oct-2007
    I'm studying a very intensive diploma which has 10 subjects in it.

  • Re: At last someone appreciates my Garbo-as-Mata Hari eye makeup... by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 20-Oct-2007
    Could it be Classics?

  • Re: At last someone appreciates my Garbo-as-Mata Hari eye makeup... by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 21-Oct-2007
    Not classics unfortunately no! Don't want to give too many details away though, for obvious reasons...its a lot of hard work but if I get a good pass I can hopefully go to university for another 3 years of self indulgence.

  • Re: At last someone appreciates my Garbo-as-Mata Hari eye makeup... by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 21-Oct-2007
    You will fly through it JJ.

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Fashion Show Fury by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 19-Oct-2007
This year's show ended in screaming arguments because Ralph S***** introduced the next shop while we were all waiting in the wings to go on for our finale and everyone was blaming eachother.   
  • Re: Fashion Show Fury by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 19-Oct-2007
    Prior to that, me and the girl I went on with were robbed of our day in the sun by the pair of older women who went on before us, who insisted on using twice the time allotted to treat the audience to the kind of dancing just divorced, gin soaked muthas do in Buffers to "Its Raining Men".

  • Re: Fashion Show Fury by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 19-Oct-2007
    In the end we had to storm down the runway while they were still on, oblivious to the shouts of "GET OFF THE FUCKIN STAGE!!!" from the wings. This meant that after showing off a glimpse of the creations we wore the music was stopping as we exited the stage - not good.

  • Re: Fashion Show Fury by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 19-Oct-2007
    But, as we had both come specially from college/university to do the show, it meant we could laugh about it as we strutted to the pub while people were scrapping about it...because neither of us live there any more! And it didn't matter.

  • Re: Fashion Show Fury by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 19-Oct-2007
    (Last year this would have been important.)

  • Re: Fashion Show Fury by WiseOldDave (Member 10213768) on 19-Oct-2007
    Whens rhe video coming out JJ ? should be a hoot!!

  • Re: Fashion Show Fury by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 19-Oct-2007
    These days ordinary people aren't permitted to film or even photograph it because of the new laws about the risk of paedophilia - there's kid's collections every year. But if there was some kind of backstage exposee it would be quite a laugh as its crazy every year!

  • Re: Fashion Show Fury by veepee (Member 10069595) on 19-Oct-2007
    Ahhh Hammy strikes again!

  • Re: Fashion Show Fury by WiseOldDave (Member 10213768) on 19-Oct-2007
    Betcha Ralphy's got one!!

  • Re: Fashion Show Fury by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 19-Oct-2007
    Looked on NWEM site for photos, plenty of the show but could not see you.

  • Re: Fashion Show Fury by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 19-Oct-2007
    Anyway...there is no Ralph in Twatt. Just like there is no C in seaside.

  • Re: Fashion Show Fury by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 19-Oct-2007
    That doesn't surprise me DM, I only zipped on for a second, very unfair! I had a scarlet frock on and glittery stockings.

  • Re: Fashion Show Fury by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 19-Oct-2007
    Hair down?

  • Re: Fashion Show Fury by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 19-Oct-2007
    Found you.

  • Re: Fashion Show Fury by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 19-Oct-2007
    Wow!

  • Re: Fashion Show Fury by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 20-Oct-2007
    Thats not me DM, I didn't even get photographed at all thanks to the Shirley Valentine-on-PCP-alike that went on before me - who did get photographed. It was a nice frock though and I'd spent ages on the hair and make up, so I can't help being slightly pissed off. Last year I would have been fuming!!!

  • Re: Fashion Show Fury by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 20-Oct-2007
    I made a joke about nerves before I went on directed at everyone and this person, who had never done it before, had the temerity to say "You'll be fine" - Like, hello? I will never do the Fashion Show again. But apart from that I'm totally fine :-D

  • Re: Fashion Show Fury by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 20-Oct-2007
    I feel foolish now. It's many months since I last saw you. I was going on dress colour, I thought:- well she looks a little shorter, has put on a little weight, hair is not as dark, lip gloss not as vivid. Must be the good life in Edinburgh. Sorry JJ (she was quite a chick though, but not in your class)

  • Re: Fashion Show Fury by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 21-Oct-2007
    Ha ha thats fine DM, the girl in question is a stunner and I had considered pretending it was me, but that wouldn't be cricket!

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Hev ye hud ma Jimmy Shand CD ootae ma room? by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 15-Oct-2007
I love Scotland but the one small difference I'm finding it hard to adapt to is that here, its perfectly ok to listen to Deacon Blue and the Proclaimers. Even out of your car window. In England you'd get shot for that.   
  • MOR Hell by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 15-Oct-2007
    This also extends to lots of Texas and Wet Wet Wet.

  • Re: Hev ye hud ma Jimmy Shand CD ootae ma room? by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 19-Oct-2007
    Was woken up by KT Tunstall and Brian Adams this morning. If anyone knows why Bri has been adopted by the Scots I'd love to know - is it the Scotland/Canada connection? And Rod Stewart - I think he used to pretend to be Scottish.

  • Re: Hev ye hud ma Jimmy Shand CD ootae ma room? by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 20-Oct-2007
    It was Roxette this morning...

  • Re: Hev ye hud ma Jimmy Shand CD ootae ma room? by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 20-Oct-2007
    ..but they're Swedish, so definitely no excuse.

  • Re: Hev ye hud ma Jimmy Shand CD ootae ma room? by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 20-Oct-2007
    Had a Swedish girl friend once. Remember the Fishman spoof that poor VP copped it for? Well it was me, sorry all.

  • Re: Hev ye hud ma Jimmy Shand CD ootae ma room? by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 21-Oct-2007
    God...*has exceptionally dim memory of something* Well if you can own up to that about 2 years after it happened, in another 10 you might actually introduce yourself!

  • Re: Hev ye hud ma Jimmy Shand CD ootae ma room? by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 21-Oct-2007
    I will come to your graduation party.

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Echo........................ by veepee (Member 10069595) on 14-Oct-2007
..............................................................................echo!   
  • Re: Echo........................ by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 14-Oct-2007
    ....cho cho cho....

  • Re: Echo........................ by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 14-Oct-2007
    But no Narcissus. Hope you're okay Veeps. As you can see its high time for a themed week.

  • Re: Echo........................ by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 14-Oct-2007
    I'm in *you know where* for the fash bash this week. If I don't get in the paper this time I'm NEVER coming back. *suddenly has cut glass accent and new friends called things like Alopecia and Wesley*

  • Re: Echo........................ by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 16-Oct-2007
    By the way did you get my email?

  • Re: Echo........................ by veepee (Member 10069595) on 17-Oct-2007
    Yes, JJ got yr mail - sorry so long to reply. But WILL soon. X

  • Re: Echo........................ by veepee (Member 10069595) on 17-Oct-2007
    ooon....ooon....ooon

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Damn by veepee (Member 10069595) on 13-Oct-2007
It was a long bloody drive from our last place but finally made it back - only went away for a couple of days, had'nt bet on the fact that this place has no channel tunnel. Now mi Germanic Sports Saloon has wet carpets and reek of seaweed.   
  • Re: Damn by veepee (Member 10069595) on 13-Oct-2007
    Do they sell Blackhawk helicopters here?

  • Re: Damn by veepee (Member 10069595) on 14-Oct-2007
    Well bugger me ... they sell em at the post office! Well done the Twatt local store.

  • Re: Damn by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 14-Oct-2007
    You could find just about anything in Twatt nowadays - even yourself.

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What a Peculiar Place. by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 11-Oct-2007
Stand by your beds!   
  • Re: What a Peculiar Place. by WiseOldDave (Member 10213768) on 11-Oct-2007
    Welcome to the frozen tundra my boy!!

  • Re: What a Peculiar Place. by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 11-Oct-2007
    I note Hoss has previously visited.

  • Re: What a Peculiar Place. by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 11-Oct-2007
    Cold here. I was once in Coventry, any one remember? That was cold.

  • Re: What a Peculiar Place. by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 11-Oct-2007
    Hey Dave, U remember Pongo?

  • Re: What a Peculiar Place. by WiseOldDave (Member 10213768) on 12-Oct-2007
    Last saw Pongo going down in his Spitfire, never saw his chute open...helluva prang what !

  • Re: What a Peculiar Place. by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 14-Oct-2007
    Its an even more peculiar place now. Hello DM.

  • Re: What a Peculiar Place. by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 15-Oct-2007
    Hello JJ, I hope every thing is good for you.

  • Re: What a Peculiar Place. by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 15-Oct-2007
    Everything's great thanks DM X

  • Re: What a Peculiar Place. by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 15-Oct-2007
    A kiss from a girl as beautiful as you will be treasured forever, thank you. X

  • Re: What a Peculiar Place. by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 19-Oct-2007
    To be honest I'm quite fond of you since your sterling effort in the Loon War Doggers.

  • Re: What a Peculiar Place. by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 19-Oct-2007
    Ooh!*blushes*

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The strange dynamics my life depends upon for me to be happy. by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 9-Oct-2007
I actually learned quite a lot about myself while training the Loon army y'know chaps. Things that surprised even me.   
  • Re: The strange dynamics my life depends upon for me to be happy. by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 9-Oct-2007
    1) I always need unconsummated attention from at least 2 males that aren't my boyfriend. Less than 2 and the gig falls apart, more than 4 and it becomes a nightmare.

  • Re: The strange dynamics my life depends upon for me to be happy. by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 9-Oct-2007
    2)I always need a male who isn't my boyfriend to go along with my constant stream of ideas and help me hatch my plans. In the meantime, I need to pretend to myself that I defer to him even though its really me operating the old dials.

  • Re: The strange dynamics my life depends upon for me to be happy. by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 9-Oct-2007
    This situation has replicated itself throughout my life whether at work, in my social life, or anywhere really.

  • Re: The strange dynamics my life depends upon for me to be happy. by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 9-Oct-2007
    Don't tell anyone though. I suspect this could be the secret of eternal youth.

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Homesick?? by WiseOldDave (Member 10213768) on 9-Oct-2007
I went down the bookies last night to trouser a nice wedge from a football bet. Thinking to embellish my good fortune with some alcohol I went into HA for a pint and nobody was in..empty..so I tried my luck next door but one and the same thing..empty.. after a pint of old Wifebeater I rang for a taxi and went outside and waited.It was a damp,cold, misty evening. You could smell the onset of Winter... more >>   
  • Re: Homesick?? by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 9-Oct-2007
    Ah yes, home! The other place! I shall be dashing orf there for the old fash bash soon, can't wait!!!!!!!!Feels like I've been away from my friends and family for months, but its only been a few weeks.

  • Go on, just for a couple of nights, I promise by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 9-Oct-2007
    Funny thing is, I'm homeless now. All through my childhood I hated that town and the people because of my hitherto shite experiences of it. Somehow I found its heart, or maybe mine, in my early 20s, then I didn't want to leave.

  • Re: Homesick?? by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 9-Oct-2007
    Then when Turk died I was walking round town in a haze of disbelief and sorrow. The whole place seemed colourless, as if the light had been turned out. And I thought to myself then, every step in every street was somehow engrained with his DNA...and it was too painful to stay.

  • Re: Homesick?? by WiseOldDave (Member 10213768) on 9-Oct-2007
    Don't worry love, it's all part of growing up, once you get that sense of home then wherever you go in the world you'll always have something to come back to.It might not make sense but it worked for me, it can be a strong tangible thing to hold on to in times of need.

  • Y'mean that place where folks look up at planes? by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 9-Oct-2007
    The very next day I found an almost custom made opportunity; I'd never seriously considered leaving town before, only in daydreams. So there you are, if it wasn't for Turk, I am certain I'd still be on the treadmill and not trying to improve myself. *slaps self in face with Karl Marx tome*

  • Re: Homesick?? by WiseOldDave (Member 10213768) on 9-Oct-2007
    Yes, you're quite right...Turks death was the catalyst you needed. Deaths of dearly beloved are life changing experiences for those left behind. You either have to manage that change and evolve or otherwise stagnate. I know that sounds like flippant management speak but it's not, it's so true. You doubted in the past what travel would do for you, if anything, well, I think you know now....it gives... more >>

  • Re: Homesick?? by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 22-Oct-2007
    Eh? I've always wanted to travel! Ta though.

  • Re: Homesick?? by Dog Master (Member 10160482) on 22-Oct-2007
    Don't you be growing too much, a new wardrobe will be expensive.

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Jimmy Hardcore by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 8-Oct-2007
I mentioned last night's porno situation to a friend without mentioning any names of course and he thought it was a bit weird as well. I was glad about that as I thought it could be me being "hung up". I'll let y'all know if he does it again, the bad boy.   
  • Re: Jimmy Hardcore by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 8-Oct-2007
    It was the his terse, manly breathing that got to me.That and the strangely grey, uncommunicative bubble around him while he was doing it.

  • Re: Jimmy Hardcore by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 8-Oct-2007
    All in all, quite a naughty evening. The worst of it was, he went orf to the gents for ages and he emerged again just as I was going upstairs.

  • Re: Jimmy Hardcore by WiseOldDave (Member 10213768) on 9-Oct-2007
    Is he part of your tutorial group JJ? D'ya think if there were words under the pictures it would enhance his porno pleasure?

  • Ah, the lonely nights considering the tone, timbre and texture of Glaswegian poetry by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 9-Oct-2007
    I've forgiven him now. I've even started flirting with him again. After all, nobody's perfect.

  • Re: Jimmy Hardcore by WiseOldDave (Member 10213768) on 9-Oct-2007
    Aye, you get to meet all sorts...good innit!

  • Typical boys by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 9-Oct-2007
    There's no "all sorts" about that - unless you class 50% or so of the population as all sorts.

  • Re: Jimmy Hardcore by WiseOldDave (Member 10213768) on 9-Oct-2007
    No 100%......we're all different...you never meet 2 the same....that's what's great about it all

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Not on a Sunday by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 8-Oct-2007
Twahitian is the widely accepted generic.   
  • Re: Not on a Sunday by WiseOldDave (Member 10213768) on 9-Oct-2007
    God ! you're so good!

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Generics by WiseOldDave (Member 10213768) on 7-Oct-2007
Something I will muse on as i try to go to sleep. What's the Generic name for a native of Twatt....old Twattonian mayhap? Twatties...no...that'll frighten the kids...dives under the duvet wondering what the night will bring   
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Like, ohmigod! by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 7-Oct-2007
The man next to me is looking at some naughty porn. It seems to involve pasty, impaled arses (female) a lot but I daren't look too closely. I just keep getting flashes of puce...it takes balls to flagrantly browse porn in a room full of people I suppose. He just made a kind of very quiet "oof" sound.   
  • Re: Like, ohmigod! by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 7-Oct-2007
    He's gone now. I feel I've just been unwittingly conspiring in something rather dreadful by pretending not to notice. How horrid. *feels all giggly*

  • Re: Like, ohmigod! by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 7-Oct-2007
    Its strange how lack of self restraint can be an equally attractive and unattractive trait in a bloke.

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Back in the other place... by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 7-Oct-2007
My friend called me earlier and I asked her how everyone was. She said "Well, its hard to get any sense out of anyone at the moment cos everyone's on mushrooms. You say hi and people just giggle!" That is the *****ton I know and love, sigh!   
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My days as leader of the Loon Army... by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 7-Oct-2007
I feel that my days of keeping the Loons present and correct have actually been very good for me. I am now the organiser of a theatre group (casting director is my actual title of course, harrumph) and have also thrown the idea of a male dancing troupe around - I'd be auditioning them of course. Who would've thought I could display such initiative eh?   
  • Re: My days as leader of the Loon Army... by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 7-Oct-2007
    So far I haven't found any volunteers for the male dancing troupe but I suspect this is due to premature stage fright. *peers over tortoiseshell spectacles*

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Island Wanderer by WiseOldDave (Member 10213768) on 7-Oct-2007
Just tiptoed in to have a look and not wake anybody up. Just been visiting the IronAge site,interesting. I reckon this site must have got it's name when one caveman clubbed another and the aggrieved couldn't think of anything else to say...well..just a thought. You're right Veeps it's bloody freezing, I'm off to get me thermals   
  • Re: Island Wanderer by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 7-Oct-2007
    Aloha there "Island Wanderer". Remember that you are on a top secret mission, and that if any intelligence is leaked about your location, invasion is likely. *hands you a coconut and grass skirt*

  • Re: Island Wanderer by WiseOldDave (Member 10213768) on 7-Oct-2007
    Our secret will always remain under the voluminous foliage of my grass skirt. Er, these coconut shells...does one hold them up to ones chest to preserve modesty, or just brazen it out and use them as castanets in the percusion section of the now revitalsed "Tropicana Aloha Ensemble" ??

  • Re: Island Wanderer by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 7-Oct-2007
    I think its fair to say anything goes here in Twatt Wiseolddave.

  • Re: Island Wanderer by WiseOldDave (Member 10213768) on 7-Oct-2007
    Oh joy!!

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National Poetry Day by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 4-Oct-2007
Today I was privately commended by my tutor for my poem I wrote for Turk, and while we were reading poetry out from a book I found Turk's favourite poem, which I'd been going mad trying to remember the name of, and the tutor read it out and explained it when I mentioned how pleased I was to have found it - it was Ozymandias by Shelley. Feel happy I've kept his memory alive in a small way this afternoon.   
  • Re: National Poetry Day by Fishman (Member 10145553) on 5-Oct-2007
    I'm sure Turk would be more than pleased to have known he had touched your life in such a way. I, don't doubt, that your words would arouse a deep fondness, latent, in all of us who knew this terrific character.

  • Re: Jujube shits on Motion! by Fishman (Member 10145553) on 5-Oct-2007
    I'm genuinely chuffed as well me dear, that you are finally engaging your gift for writing in an academic setting. You will thrive. Your tutor will know this. You really are that good.

  • Re: My poet laureate by Fishman (Member 10145553) on 5-Oct-2007
    Hopefully, the worlds biggest idiot has finally cleared off the Ulverston board. Tentatively, I will revisit the former idyll. It's a bit slow up here apart from when you're feeling a bit verbose.

  • Re: Oh God he's still there!!!!!!!!!!!!! by Fishman (Member 10145553) on 5-Oct-2007
    I might not bother as Prospero is STILL hanging around like the baddest of the worst stinking smells of all eternity. The warped fucker.

  • Re: National Poetry Day by Fishman (Member 10145553) on 6-Oct-2007
    I have invited hitwoman also.

  • Re: National Poetry Day by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 6-Oct-2007
    Good stuff. I will email you at some stage. Loving Edinburgh by the way, what a beautiful city. Been trekking round the old town on my own today and marvelling at the wonderful buildings and history. Went to some exhibitions last week with friends from the course and can't believe what an amazing place it is, a diverse city with countryside and sea as well!

  • The 2nd Worst Toilet In Scotland. by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 6-Oct-2007
    Went in an awful place by accident yesterday with a friend from Niddrie in Portobello called the Forth View. The landlord is the first person I've actually wished would die since my teens, before I went all nice and karmic.

  • Re: National Poetry Day by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 6-Oct-2007
    Thats been my only bad experience so far though.

  • Re: National Poetry Day by Fishman (Member 10145553) on 6-Oct-2007
    It is a beautiful city isn't it. Next time you're in Leith head down Leith walk and onto Constitution St, my childhood home was a tenement on Queen Charlotte street. I have hazy memories of riding my trike through Claremont park. Most of Leith has been *socially upgraded* since we were there. Nonetheless, it's still braw!

  • Re: National Poetry Day by Jujube (Member 10133548) on 7-Oct-2007
    Awww! *ovulates at thought of little boys on trikes, then reminds self of self's miserable existential views*

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